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Exciting news for two-wheeler enthusiasts! Also for the Honda lovers, all the way from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). A reincarnation of the previous model, MotoCompo, says the experts. The Japanese multinational automobile-giant, Honda startled the fans, once again. This time by showering hints suggesting a suitcase-size compact “concept scooter” better modernized and feasible, as we expect.
Couple years later the World War II; one Japanese automobile aficionado Soichiro Honda incorporated a bicycle and motorbike company in 1948. Little did he know, the small unit he founded in Tokyo, would turn into a multinational automobile giant, Honda. At present, Honda manufactures almost every locomotive. From bicycles to cars, from hover boards to aircrafts, the 71-year old company holds annual revenue over $15 trillion.
According to the records before the USPTO, Tokyo-based automobile manufacturing company, Honda Motor Company Limited approached the authority for filing a trademark MOTOCOMPACTO on July 23, 2020. The mark bearing number 90069527 is intended to cover International Class 012 for goods and services including “land vehicles, namely, electric scooters”.
Not to withhold, this is not the first time such an idea came to Honda, the admirers would know it. In and around 1981, Honda came up with something similar and named it “MotoCompo”. It was nothing more than a miniature scooter, so compact that it could easily make its space into the storage of Honda cars. The production completely stopped in 1983. The numbers of sales of this mini, petrol-operated scooter accounted for almost 54,000.
Though short lived, the unique design, features, and feasibility option and concept captured status and attention. Especially for those adventurers, who like a little-extra on those weekend getaways or trips.
Based on the application, the new MOTOCAMPACTO or MotoCompo 2.0, as you like to say it, is expected to be battery operated. The idea for the advanced and electric MotoCompo was toyed by Honda in 2011 Tokyo Motor Show. Tittle-tattle indicates the present model is more likely to contain two-pack removable batteries for charging or replacing, whatsoever.
As of now, no statement has been made by Honda with regards to this new, much awaited modern-day electric scooter. Rest assured, once launched in the markets, it would make a boom.